Psychological Health Restoration as a Way of Socio-Psychological Rehabilitation of a Person

  • Tetiana Tytarenko
Keywords: mental health, trauma, quality of life, personality, social rehabilitation

Abstract

The purpose of the investigation is to develop the technologies for psychological health restoring after the war-related trauma

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Published
2019-03-03
How to Cite
Tytarenko, T. (2019). Psychological Health Restoration as a Way of Socio-Psychological Rehabilitation of a Person. Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal, 1(1), 81-82. Retrieved from http://www.mhgcj.org/index.php/MHGCJ/article/view/33
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